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563 Views 9 Replies Latest reply: Feb 4, 2006 9:14 AM by Jose Arroyo2
I'm having the exact same problem. I have checked and the themes are in the Application Support folder for iMovie.
iMac 20" G5 Core Duo 1Gb RAM, G4 Powerbook 15in, 60Gb iPod Video Mac OS X (10.4.4)
Thanks for the suggestion.
Just tried trashing all iMovie prefs that I found with a spotlight search but to no avail.
I'm always a bit wary of trashing the .plist files. Is there any damage that could be done by deleting the wrong one?
Anyway, do you have any other ideas?
iMac G4 Flat Panel, G4 Powerbook, 60Gb iPod Photo Mac OS X (10.4.2)iMac Intel Core Duo 20", G4 Powerbook, 60Gb iPod Video, Mac OS X (10.4.4)
HELP, the best feature of imovie and it doesent even work !
fanks for the help but what does 'trash the prefs' mean.
i have exactly the same problem with the two icons you described above. i just get 'no themes'.
any ideas ???
thanksibook G4, Mac OS X (10.4.4), ilfe 06
your imovie prefs are held in your library's in a folder called preferences, there could be some in your main library and some in your user library, they will have a name like: com.apple.iMovie.plist.
throwing these away will cause the application to generate a new set of prefs, which often eliminates problems that are occurring.
if you throw your prefs away you will have to reset the way you have set up imovie, these are usually minor settings such as a default window size or which type of project the application makes by default.G5-2x2.5Ghz c/w 30 Display & others, Mac OS X (10.4.4)
I'm having the same exact problem. I have trashed preference files in both main library and user's library. When I reinstall ilife'06, I notice that the themes folders appears in the Application Support Folder under the main Library, not the User one. Tried duplicating the themes folder and placing it in the Application Support Folder uder the User Library as well as having a folder in each to no avail.
Is there anyone with a solution? All the other postings found show other people having the same problem, but no solution.
Powerbook G4 17" Mac OS X (10.4.4) 1 GB RAM
I finally cracked it!
The way I managed to get it working was to do a spotlight search for iMovie, trash everything related to the program then reinstall.
You could give that a try - good luck.
iMac Intel Core Duo 20", G4 Powerbook 15" Aluminium, 60Gb iPod Video Mac OS X (10.4.4) 1Gb RAM